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goformit100 Group Title

Prove 1=5

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  1. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Assume that you are living on a planet where people got Mathematics wrong, then 1 = 5.

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    That is a good proof.

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    assuming 0=4 add 1 on both sides. hence proved.

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    as we know that 0 =1 hence adding 4 both sides we have 4 = 5

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    1 = one 5 = five 3 = 4 three = four 4 = 5

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    Subtract 3 from both sides to get -2=2, then square to get 4=4. Done.

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    completely ridiculously proved

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  8. goformit100 Group Title
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    prove using (a^2 - b^2 ) formula...

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    yes sir....

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    let LHS = RHS hence proved

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    Why is Everyone having this *Hate math* pic,specially the People who LOVEE it? o.O @ParthKohli @hartnn.....Igba has too xDD

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    "'Hate math" revolution

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  13. ParthKohli Group Title
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    A picture describes one.

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  14. uri Group Title
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    I should have one too,Im a REAL hater! @ParthKohli i want a pic like that too,THX i know youre sending me one! :D

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    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_hozBA8_Ag1w/TUkTSzPcF-I/AAAAAAAADpk/1fhVzTaLou0/s1600/hate_math.gif steal

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    \[\qquad1=5\]\[\frac{\text d}{\text dx}(1)=\frac{\text d}{\text dx}(5)\]\[\quad\qquad0=0\] true

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    Now i don't hate you :P @ParthKohli.

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